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Transport for Wales (TfW) is working in partnership with Cardiff Council and NAT Group to extend the ‘fflecsi’ pilot scheme to north Cardiff.
A PIONEERING scheme designed to support start-up businesses and stimulate growth in Wales is showcasing the best of innovation and tech talent next week.
Transport for Wales CEO James Price has praised the workforce for safely demolishing a damaged footbridge in Llanbradach.
Transport for Wales (TfW) is reinforcing their Travel Safer message, urging people to only use public transport for essential travel and where there are no other travel alternatives.
Transport for Wales (TfW) has purchased thousands of litres of hand sanitiser from a new Welsh distillery that will help support frontline rail staff across Wales and the Borders.
Transport for Wales (TfW) is fully committed to promoting active travel and will provide hundreds of new cycle storage spaces at stations in Wales and England.
Kind-hearted railway workers have been sharing their stories of how they give up their time for others as part of Volunteers’ Week.
Transport for Wales (TfW) is sending out a clear message to the public - to Keep Wales Safe and only use public transport services if it’s essential and there’s no other travel alternative available to them.
Transport for Wales (TfW) is delighted to be recognised by Mind for its commitment to workplace wellbeing.
Wales has been a world leader in transport for over 200 years. To thank you for staying at home, we have taken a look back through the archives to find out more about some of the greatest landmarks in the history of the development of our public transport networks.
Transport for Wales is working in partnership with local councils and bus operators to launch a pilot project that will allow people to request a bus to pick them up near home, work or shops for essential travel.
Transport for Wales will tonight reveal the first batch of trains, that will have rainbow stickers as a tribute to all those fellow key workers helping in the fight against Covid19.